X Games Austin 2016: Time, TV schedule and live stream for Day 4
By James Brady
The X Games have one more day left in Austin, and they’ll be going out with a bang.
The 2016 X Games in Austin are just about finished, with the fourth and final day of action including just four events. But Sunday’s events are some of the biggest of the whole tournament, with big air doubles and the motocross quarterpipe on the slate.
Saturday saw the most events of the whole tournament, with the BMX and skateboard street and park finals for women, multiple big air competitions and, of course, the motocross best trick finals. It was as action-packed as Friday, which saw the vert finals for both skateboard and BMX, the latter including a dominant showing from one of the best to ever do it in Jamie Bestwick.
He picked up his 14th career gold medal and looked good doing it.
The fourth and final day will get under way at noon ET with the skateboarding and BMX Big Air Doubles final. Immediately after that, the BMX Dirt Final will take place through 3:30 p.m., when the Skateboard Park Final will take place. Finally, the Moto X Best Whip and Quarterpipe competitions will close out the day, expected around 6 p.m.
All of Sunday’s action will be broadcast in some form, with ABC grabbing the first two events and ESPN carrying the latter two. All the events will be available online at WatchESPN. If you can only catch one event on Sunday, it should definitely be the QuarterPipe event. It made its first appearance in Austin in 2015 and was incredibly exciting, culminating in a Thomas Pages gold medal
X Games televised coverage for Sunday (all times Eastern)
12 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.: Skateboard/BMX Big Air Doubles Final and BMX Dirt Final (ABC)
3:30 p.m. – 6 p.m.: Skateboard Park Final and Moto X Best Whip/Quarterpipe (ESPN)
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